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Prison Break: Season Three [Import]

Dominic Purcell , Wentworth Miller , Bobby Roth , Craig Ross Jr.    Unrated   DVD
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Small tear in top corner of slip cover. DVD cases and Discs are all in very good condition. Discs have virtually no marks and no play defects.

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2.0 out of 5 stars Very average Aug. 22 2009
The writers struggled to create a realistic plot after the decision to continue beyond season 2. Unfortunately this is very obvious with a plot that stops and starts and generally is no where near as rich and clever as the first two serious.

For Prison Break Fans try it but try and not be disappointed. If you are unsure then I would not recommend you buy it
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4.0 out of 5 stars All four seasons are worth watching. Jan. 27 2014
From season 1 to the last season the show did a really good job overall. I found that i really like one season more then another but still enjoyed all 4 of them. If you can find them for under $20 then your doing ok. as for for bly ray i wouldn't spend the extra money, there filmed in good quaitiy and have many hours of watching. thanks
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5.0 out of 5 stars Prison break best show ever Sept. 28 2011
By sims
Great item
as described, Such a great show
My best show ever
I miss watching the show every monday night!!
Hope there will be another similar to this one on tv soon.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Back in the slammer June 8 2008
By N. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
As the third season of Prison Break begins, Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) finds himself back in prison, only this time it's a down and dirty prison in Panama ruled by the tyrannical Lechero (The Wire's Robert Wisdom). Also sharing space with Michael are T-Bag (Robert Knepper), Bellick (Wade Williams), and Mahone (William Fichtner); while Linc (Dominic Purcell) works on the outside to get his brother free at any cost, with the assistance of a mysterious associate (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe) who has her own agenda. The third season of Prison Break manages to provide pretty much the same kinds of action, suspense, drama, and twists that fans of the series would come to expect by now; which adds up to this season being a success. However, falling victim to the writer's strike, the third season of Prison Break ends up feeling rushed and somewhat incomplete. At only 13 episodes, this is something to be expected, but it still comes off as noticeable nonetheless. Flaws aside, this is still great TV to be seen, and everyone in it is in fine form as well. All in all, the third season of Prison Break while flawed, is still enjoyable, and sets the stage for even bigger developments to follow.
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Quite Possibly, the Best Half-Season Ever (no spoilers) Sept. 14 2008
By A. Dent - Published on Amazon.com
If you are into brutal action, seat-of-your-pants suspense, unexpected twists and turns every 5 or 10 minutes, get this set, block a couple of weekend nights and watch it. My wife and I couldn't stop watching. In fact, we gobbled up all 13 episodes over 2 nights and, when it was all over, we felt like we wanted more.

Michael is a different man in Season 3. Now, he is physically exhausted and emotionally drained, not sick but definitely tired. In Season 1, he generally knew what and whom he was facing; it was he who decided who were his friends, his allies, his enemies. He had studied their biographies and he was totally familiar with the environment and he knew exactly what to expect. He had a well-thought plan and he was implementing it. In 'Season 2' he was still following the plan but his control was slipping. By 'Season 3', he has to live with the consequences of his actions - people have died, people got hurt and more are dying and are getting hurt as the tale is told - and he is trying to make sense of his immediate environment (the prison) and those who are pulling the strings and seem to be in control (the Company). We see him tired, desperate, remorseful, doubting himself, sometimes unable or simply refusing to make sense of it all and yet hopeful, seeking some balance between the brutal world in which he has to survive and his desperate struggle to preserve his humanity.

This is the most testosterone-oozing, adrenalin-laced, action-packed TV show - and I could include 'movie' - I've seen in a long time and, possibly of all times. Think 'The Dirty Dozen' or 'The Great Escape' on steroids and uninhibited.

I am not going to give away any spoilers but, if you are going to watch this set, be prepared to for male bonding, explosive violence, brutality (they are not the same), torture (yes, waterboarding too), betrayal, barehanded fights to the death, stabbings, humiliation, sewer-level filth, desperation, blackmail, blood, mud, sweat, deception, mystery, misery, beheadings, execution-style killings, loyalty, fear, starvation, drug addiction, sweat, pain, just to name a few of the included attractions. You are NOT going to see: romantic kisses, bedroom scenes, shower scenes, sensitive metro-sexuals, preaching feminists, starry nights, fast cars, swimming pools or electronic gadgets.

Off the 4 women of this season we have one that's dead, a desperate prostitute, an absolute evil (but super-great looking) gargoyle and a naive but not exactly a shrinking violet, betrayed, girlfriend. I am not trying to even begin to portray 'the men'.

- The pluses - see above.
- The minuses - since we never 'watch TV', we are going to have to wait for one full year before we can lay our hands on 'season four'.

Disclaimer: I watched the Blu-ray release but, for this specific TV series, you should probably be okay with either the DVD or the Blu-ray. We have Seasons 1 and 3 in Blu and Season 2 in DVD. While it is true that the Blu visuals are better, this series is 90% about plot and action and you will be so immersed into it that you'll probably care little about 1080p or HD sound.
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Prison Break - The Third Season Aug. 15 2008
By Irishman65 - Published on Amazon.com
The third season of Prison Break was good television but lacked the key element that existed in seasons one and two and that was Michael's connection to the people around him. In season three Michael is again jailed but with characters that neither he, nor the viewer, really care about. In addition, some characters (not those killed off in the second year of the series)are gone due to the actors' contract disputes and/or accepting spots in other series. Finally, the writer's strike left the series with only half a year and although there is some resolution, overall, it felt weak because it was never intended to be the season finale. Will I buy it? Yes, because it builds hopefully to a better fourth season but as a stand-alone year the third season lacks the plotting quality of seasons one and two.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best shows on fox Aug. 13 2008
By Jason - Published on Amazon.com
Prison Break season 3 starts off after what happened at the end of season 2.

Michael is in Sona, one of the hardest, toughest, prisons in the world. He was brought there by "The Company" to break someone else out of prison.

This season shows this from beginning to end.

Sadly, this show was still getting worked on during the writers strike, because of this we only have 13 episodes. But those 13 episodes shine, they shine really bright.

Each episode leaves you at the end dying to know what is going to happen next.

When this season was airing, because of the strike, I was unable to view the season in its entirety due to the schedule being moved around constantly, I was never able to keep track on the last few episodes.

So when I picked this up on blu-ray, I was eagerly awaiting my chance to finish watching this season.

Even though I have previously seen the first few episodes of this season, it did not stop me from being completely engrossed and hooked on each and every episode. I noticed more stuff than I did the first time through when it aired.

This season is brutal, it does not let up. The show looks amazing, the flashbacks especially.

The image is picture sharp, better than season 1, and very sharp throughout. It looks better than most movies, and I would rather watch season 3 of Prison Break than most any movie any day.

The price may seem high, but your getting what would amount to 6 movies, when you look at it that way, it is quite cheap.

This show is much better than most movies, and well worth the time and price. I highly recommend this purchase.

Overall Rating - 5/5 Stars
Video - 5/5
Audio - 5/5
Bonus - 4/5
Story - 5/5
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Story flaws compensated by superb acting and masterful suspense Sept. 3 2008
By Maverick - Published on Amazon.com
I must confess. In order to get inside the Fox River Penitentiary I had to steal Season 1 on blu-ray from Amazon.com (at $40+"smuggling" I think it was a steal). The jury was unanimous: I was sentenced to 22 episodes of one of the best TV shows I have ever seen. During most of the sentence I was chained to my TV, deprived of sleep and frantically planned the escape from prison for the crime I didn't commit.

Now, with two more terms behind me, including the equally gripping, "edge-of-my-sofa", Season 2 (rented on DVD) I can reflect on Season 3 as being a tad weaker then the first two. But fear not, the acting and plot is still superb!

The Season 3 is probably the bloodiest of all and you will be greeted with an ample amount of dead bodies. The action revolves around yet another escape from the "con-operated", "you fight or you die" prison SONA. From the onset and up to the very end the viewers are thrown into the cruel and merciless "every man (and woman) for himself" zone, which even creates a few cracks between Michael and Linc.

Unlike Season 1, where more often then not the prisoners had to stick together to complete the mission, in Season 3 all hell breaks loose and it serves the show beautifully, elevating it to another level. Some may not like this change but I found it quite appropriate and fresh. Unfortunately, there are quite a few weak spots in the story (I trust you will discover these by yourself), which make it somewhat less believable than Season 1 and 2.

The Season 3 starts kind of slow (the first 4 episodes or so) but then kicks into another gear and keeps you jumping out of your seat and begging for more. Needless to say, I want my Season 2 and 4 on blu-ray and I want it now!
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